Three Watch Dogs single-player missions drop today for non-pass holders

Tuesday, 1st July 2014 17:13 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

New single-player missions will be released tomorrow for Watch Dogs, Ubisoft has announced.


The DLC will contain three single player missions, unlockable weapons, perks and bonuses.

The three missions, detailed below, give players tasks to complete, along with the aforementioned bonuses, boosts, perks, weapons and outfits:

The Palace Single Player Mission: A police raid is planned on the luxury palace of an Internet mogul. His databanks have intimate details on thousands of people including Dedsec and Aiden Pearce. Break inside, wipe his hard drive and escape before the raid begins. Then silence the Internet mogul.

Signature Shot Single Player Mission: A biometrics weapon has been smuggled into Chicago for a captain of the Black Viceroys gang. The weapon only works with the first person to imprint his palm on the handle. Breach a stronghold, steal the package and be the first to imprint the weapon.

Breakthrough Single Player Mission: A secret gathering is underway. The Chicago South Club is negotiating power with Corporate CEOs. The Club has hired scramblers to block surveillance devices. Find the scrambler vehicles and take out their technicians. Locate the meeting and eliminate everyone taking part.

New weapons available with this content include the Biometric Rifle and the Auto-6 pistol. The new perks and bonuses are a Dedsec Battery Boost, a Blume Weapon Boost, the Driving Master boost and an ATM Hack boost.

Season Pass holders received access to this content one week in advance and starting tomorrow non Season Pass holders can purchase the content.

Players who want early access to the upcoming content, as well as access to today’s content drop and the Conspiracy! Digital Trip can still purchase the Season Pass.



  1. Hcw87

    I’ve had access to these missions since day one (Digital Deluxe Edition), so they aren’t new missions, just missions that are no longer exclusive to the Deluxe Edition owners. Scumbag move btw, as i paid a premium for that content.

    #1 6 months ago
  2. Panthro


    Did you expect to be treated as a valued customer by Ubisoft?


    The last good thing Ubisoft have done was release the Stick of Truth without any Uplay requirement, something out of the ordinary of what they usually do, then they did a U-turn and stuck Uplay with every other release afterwards, it just makes me think they may have had no choice on the matter with South Park or something,… It doesn’t make any sense.

    #2 6 months ago
  3. jos3moreira

    @Hcw87 Welcome to Ubisoft’s world.

    #3 6 months ago
  4. Judicas

    @Panthro That will probably be because South Park was in a near finished state when they brought it from thq and they couldn’t be asses building uplay into it.

    #4 6 months ago
  5. Tormenter


    Panthro.. they DIDN’T have a choice.. When THQ fell and Ubi bought their projects it was to be a Steam game all along, so Ubi didn’t have the rights to shove their crapware into it.. that’s the only reason there was no Uplay in it. Had it been Ubi’s project from the start you can bet your bottom dollar it would have included their crap.

    #5 6 months ago

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